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Lives on the Boundary If Lives on the Boundary has a single thesis it is that setting up the right condition as best you can to cross-classroom and cultural boundaries is self evident Mike Roses anecdotal is a great example of how and why education should be equal for everyone When Mike Rose was growing up he had only a few books available to him so he began to buy comic books because he loved the heroes virtuous omnipotence After comic books he moved to other items such as the instruction to his chemistry set and science fiction novels He wrote very little in his high school where a teacher helped him find an interest in doing so Although he was a good reader he did inefficiently on literacy test It can be said that he only thought about the concrete reality Rose further goes in his essay to explain the circumstances of immigrants in our country and their struggle of learning the English language in order to improve their life style He says a failed education is social mor e then intellectual in origin For example he explains the essence of a boy from Guatemala who saw his brother hacked apart and how the boy has trouble learning the canonical education due to the trauma that he has experienced He gives another example of a Vietnamese woman struggling with textbooks She is asked to write a fiction poem about her childhood into an American television fantasy She writes of a perfect little setting of her life the poem embraces on her culture Rose goes on to argue that the great books are necessary and should be thought but that student must learn the material not just memorize it for regeration on exams It would even be a good idea to revise these messages and redress past wrongs would involve more than adding some new books to the existing cannon Rose says that
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